- File Size: 861 KB
- Print Length: 311 pages
- Publisher: Wildside Press (March 1, 2012)
- Publication Date: March 1, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007OUAJ0U
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #568,335 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Vampire Megapack: 27 Modern and Classic Vampire Stories Kindle Edition
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I won't go so far as to call it "anemic" as reviewer "librarian" did. BTW, I got a great kick out of his/her well-witten review. And I agree that many of the stories have been over-anthologized. But let's not forget that this series is designed not only for genre veterans like librarian and yours truly but for new fans who are just getting into this stuff. Besides, duplicates or not, I'm happy to have all these tales in one convenient location, especially for less than a buck. Here's a good tip, get this volume and you'll find it contains several gems of the vampire genre in addition to some newer stories.
through, as I did, dipping into it would be lots of fun. I'm another
longtime Yarbro/St. Germain fan, which led me to this megapack, but
I enjoyed the stories of other authors here more, especially other
older stories uninfected by the modern pop vampire cult. There
are several stories from the 19th century, including a brief piece
by Bram Stoker cut from his "Dracula" by the publisher. Anyone
who enjoys horror would find many of these stories rewarding.
I particularly enjoyed "Kvetchula", BY Darrell Schweitzer, because
it provided comic relief from all the deadly seriousness, as it's
an extremely funny mashup of an irritating American housewife with
the Prince of Darkness.
Just don't try to read them all at once, as I did!